is an assistant professor in the Sid and Reva Dewberry Department of Civil, Environmental, and Infrastructure Engineering at George Mason University. He studies how computer vision, robotics, and artificial intelligence can be adapted to improve civil infrastructure design, inspection, and evaluation processes.

His current research initiatives include the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for bridge inspection, the development of computer vision systems for post-disaster structural assessments, and the construction of artificial intelligence systems capable of aiding the engineering design process.

He is a former employee of Gannett Fleming, with experience in both the design and inspection of complex bridge structures.